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Borderers urged to avoid driving as snow causes disruption

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Colin’s challenge for Bradley

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A council grtitter being deployed at Station Brae in Galashiels today.

Weather warning for the Borders upgraded to amber

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Man, 22, found dead in Peebles house

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Pupils witness a case of bad timing from MSP

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Royal Bank of Scotland boss defends Borders branch closure plans

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Haggis numbers are doing well on Selkirk hill ahead of annual hunt

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Lauder tractor event raises almost £34,000 for Doddie Weir charity

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From left, John Henderson, partnership chairman Will Haegelandand Malcolm Roughead, chief executive of VisitScotland.

Borders businesses launch crowdfunding campaign in bid to fund new tourism strategy

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Artist impression of the proposed new facility up Hawick moor.

Public event going ahead, but committee meeting is postponed

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Borderers urged to avoid driving as snow causes disruption

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A Borders Railway service arriving in Stow.

Borders Railway extension study running late

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Constables Lorraine King and Gordon Latto and councillors Tom Adams and Charles Haffey with one of the cardboard cutout cops in Levenmouth in Fife.

Use of cardboard cops to cut out speeding in Borders called into question

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Lowood Bridge, near Tweedbank.

Borders bridge to shut for five months for repairs

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Borders Railway

Borders railway reopened after vehicle hit bridge

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Man, 22, found dead in Peebles house

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Alex Stuart, 22.

26-year-old facing trial for murder of Peebles postwoman Alex

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The Sunderland Hall estate, near Lindean.

Inquiry to be held into death of Borders forestry worker

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Constables Lorraine King and Gordon Latto and councillors Tom Adams and Charles Haffey with one of the cardboard cutout cops in Levenmouth in Fife.

Use of cardboard cops to cut out speeding in Borders called into question

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Happy first birthday for Borders work-school link project

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Winners at last year's Adult Learners Awards

Inspirational students to be applauded in awards ceremony

Education
From left, councillors Euan Robson and Carol Hamilton, pupils Jason Purves and Beth Wilkie and councillors Shona Haslam and Tom Weatherston at the opening of the new Broomlands Primary School in Kelso.

Youngsters move into new Kelso primary school

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Hawick High School.

Unruly pupils sent back to primaries as punishment

Education
What the Jedburgh inter-generational campus will look like.

Planning consent given to new campus

Education

Borderers urged to avoid driving as snow causes disruption

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Pupils witness a case of bad timing from MSP

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Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan in Peebles with Scottish Borders Chamber of Commerce vice-chairman Bruce Simpson.

Royal Bank of Scotland boss defends Borders branch closure plans

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From left, John Henderson, partnership chairman Will Haegelandand Malcolm Roughead, chief executive of VisitScotland.

Borders businesses launch crowdfunding campaign in bid to fund new tourism strategy

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Pupils witness a case of bad timing from MSP

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Artist impression of the proposed new facility up Hawick moor.

Public event going ahead, but committee meeting is postponed

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A Borders Railway service arriving in Stow.

Borders Railway extension study running late

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Constables Lorraine King and Gordon Latto and councillors Tom Adams and Charles Haffey with one of the cardboard cutout cops in Levenmouth in Fife.

Use of cardboard cops to cut out speeding in Borders called into question

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Regional list MSP Michelle Ballantyne.

Borders textile skills scheme hailed as example to others

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Firm to appeal against rejection of Borders wind farm bid

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Jimmy Shanks of Blinkbonny Quarry near Gordon.

Blinkbonny’s extension is set in stone

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The applicants say the lagoon will speed up slurry spreading.

Council approves controversial slurry lagoon application

Environment
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson.

Council vows to keep battling dog fouling problem

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Lauder tractor event raises almost £34,000 for Doddie Weir charity

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John Raine, chairman of NHS Borders.

NHS Borders chairman thanks staff for their efforts over Christmas

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Scottish Ambulance Service vehicle outside the Border General Hospital in The Scottish Borders.

NHS Borders apologises for lengthy waiting times

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Ex-soldier Glenn died on day he was due in court

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Family and friends’ shock at death of 30-year-old Galashiels man

Crime